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Karat for credible “third alternative”
Time for joint struggles with UNPA on crucial issues affecting people, he says

ISRO ponders mission to red planet before 2015
Ambitious space missions drawn up by ISRO’s Advisory Committee

July timeline is realistic, says Nicholas Burns
Washington: The Bush administration has said “internal pressure” within India to swiftly move on the civilian nuclear deal is “good” and termed the July timeline for its approval as “realistic.” ...

Sen’s tenure: U.S. pleased with decision
He is a great friend of our country: Burns

Office-of-profit law unconstitutional: Salve
“It was passed with retrospective effect to protect 55 MPs”

Call for judicial restraint in striking down economic laws
New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Monday held that courts should show judicial restraint in striking down economic laws and greater latitude must be given to the legislature while adjudging the constitutionality of the statute. A Bench of ...

Use art, music to promote social causes: President
NEW DELHI: Indian art and music could be used as effective tools to convey socially relevant messages, said President Pratibha Patil. She was presenting the Sangeet Natak Akademi Fellowship and Akademi Awards for 2007 to 33 eminent persons at ...

U.K. Sikh policeman to get damages for racial discrimination
His application was rejected 12 times

Left MPs from West Bengal protest ‘neglect’
NEW DELHI: Friends turned foes in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday as members of Left parties from West Bengal vociferously protested the “neglect” of the State in the Railway budget and staged a walkout. The protest capped the ...

Impressive allocation for dedicated freight corridor
NEW DELHI: The annual plan for the railways, set at a record Rs. 37,500 crore, allocates an impressive Rs. 1,300 crore for work on the dedicated freight corridor. The railways have planned two dedicated freight corridors, the western ...

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